So let’s just say that you don’t get to 510 passing yards because your team is performing well.  Eli Manning threw for 510 and 3 touchdowns to help lead his team to a comeback victory against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on Sunday.  Now how did Tampa Bay stay so close in New York, you ask?  If you have that Memento problem that Guy Pierce has, this is the secondary that made Kevin Ogletree look good.  There was a bevvy of fantasy goodness enjoyed on the hapless Giants defense as Vincent Jackson came out of his week 1 hidey-hole to catch 5 passes for 128 yards and a touchdown – a call JB Gilpin made on the podcast this week – while his WR counterpart Mike Williams scored a touchdown for the second straight week to go with 59 yards.  What I’m trying to say here is, this might not be the last time Eli goes for well over 300.  Now granted, he did put his team in a bad position early accounting for 3 INT to go with this 3 TDs but it’s pretty evident Manning’s arm is going to be counted on most of the season to keep those G-Men in games.  That’s real football analysis.  Fantasy football analysis says ‘that’s good for Manning owners’.  Wow, in depth coverage here!  In other fantasy football news…

Victor Cruz – I called him a buy after his bad game vs Dallas.  I hope you got in on that.  Now one week does not a buy call make but he’s still Manning’s favorite target with 17 while Hakeem Nicks racked up 15.  Oh and Hakeem had a good day too.  If your QB throws for 510 yards and you don’t have a good day, I really hope you play for the practice squad because that’s the only acceptable defense.

Ahmad Bradshaw – Tried to play accordion with his neck against a defender’s chest in the 1st quarter and did not return to the game.  On the one hand, I own him in a league where it’s going to come down to the wire and I think what could’ve happened.  On the other hand, I’m playing someone where they have him and they’re still killing me so I’m thinking whatever.  He walked to the locker room under his own power so for now, I’m not too worried.  Of course, if your waiver has Andre Brown and David Wilson out there, I’d try and pick them up in that order.  Yes, I’m just as surprised as you are.

Reggie Bush – Ran for 172 yards and 2 Touchdowns.  What you’re in a PPR league?  Oh, he had your back there too with 3 recs for 25 yards.  A lot of people were down on Bush coming into the season for some reason and I must say I was confused to see him drafted after guys like Michael Turner and even Peyton Hillis based on ADP.  The argument was he was playing for a bad team and they’d load the box.  So what was Miami last year, Super Bowl contenders?  I said he was a cheap play earlier in preseason and he’s sure proving me to be a smart cookie which is obviously a cookie made with brains and fed to zombies to keep them at bay.

Trent Richardson – Showed a reason why he was a 2nd round pick in most drafts, going for the catch & carry TD combo, nabbing 4 receptions for 35 yards while rushing for 109.  My only problem with this line is Cincy’s DEF was supposed to be stream-worthy.  It’s hard to make Weeden look like a decent QB and yet they found a way.  But more on T-Rich…wait there’s no more.  You got what you drafted him for.  Congrats!

Dwayne Bowe – Had himself a monster 4th quarter and finished the game with 8 receptions for 102 yards and 2 TDs.  That’s awesome for fantasy.  In real life, they didn’t matter as KC was down 35-3 by the time that drama happened.  Same statement goes to Matt Cassel.  If you’re box-watching, realize this game was over well before the scoring commenced.  Kinda of like my game at the bar with the ladies.  I don’t know if that made sense but I’m pretty sure it’s self-deprecating and true.

Tom Brady – Was outperformed by the previously mentioned Cassel.  Only difference was his team needed him for all four quarters and nothing happened.  Last week was pretty boring stat wise and he follows it up with something a little worse.  Maybe his nose still hurts.  If someone out there believes we’ve seen the end of the Brady Bunch, offer them a Jan for their Marsha.  I didn’t think I’d come full circle with that nose reference and yet here we are.  What a strange world.

C.J. Spiller – His cup spilleth over with fantasy goodness: 123 rushing yards, 3 recs for 47 yards and – much like Sophia Vergara – 2 amazing TDs.  For those of you searching for Sophia and her…huge tracts of land we won’t judge you but let’s just say that’s not how you spell it.  Fred Jackson who?  I was already worried about a timeshare in the off-season and now I’m worried period for F-Jax owners.

Andy Dalton – Got into a gun-slinging match with Brandon Weeden and won, throwing for 318, three scores and a pick.  He got the ball to 6 separate receivers on the day with A.J. Green leading the way with 7 catches on 12 targets and a touchdown.  Some people said he was a breakout candidate.  I was not one of them.  I’m still not but this was a good game.  I just think it happened against a bad team.  Kinda like the next guy on this list.

Joe Flacco – Lotta people got excited last week about Joe, to which I said ‘Let’s just say he was pretty good, a little lucky, the uptempo offense worked and he still has an uglier uni-brow than me.’  That’s word for word what I said.  Well, word for word in the last sentence of what I said about him.  Go take a link journey to get the full details.  Simply put, he’s still a good bench QB or QB2 but unless your name is Payday, don’t go nuts here.

DeSean Jackson/Brent Celek – Racked up the yards  and the recs yesterday, combining for 19 targets, 15 receptions and 271 of the 371 yards Michael Vick threw for.  Instant analysis: that was a lot!  Celek was looking like a cheap PPR TE play coming into the season and he’s not disappointing so far.  Well, he’s disappointing me.  I played Kyle Rudolph over him in a PPR league today.  It hurts to sit down.  Oh and I liked DeSean more than you coming into the season and I still probably do.

Wes Welker – Told you to buy him earlier this week.  It wasn’t an Earth-shattering game but 95 receptions from 5 receptions to go with 11 targets is definitely a step in a different direction than the hoodie-gate talk we’ve been hearing all week.  The buy window just closed.  Sorry if your fingers were still in there when it happened.  It might’ve been at the expense of Aaron Hernandez hurting his ankle early on in the game but after watching the play, I have a funny feeling Wes will be involved in the offense quite heavily over the next few weeks.  That was a hint that I don’t think Aaron will be back and healthy for a bit.  I didn’t think it was that subtle, why are you so confused?

Danny Amendola – From well known PPR guy to one of the cheapest PPR guys going in the draft this year – and yes, I grabbed him everywhere I could -I had this to say about him in the off-season: If Wes Welker were a Matryoshka doll – and who’s to say he’s not – Danny would be the littlest one in the middle.  Well after today, we may have to re-up this analogy and start with ‘If Wes Welker were a character from the movie Alien…’.  I keed, hope if you had him you enjoyed this day but the touchdown and yardage were a gift.  The receptions are as real as Scarlett Johanson’s…eh, we’ve already made a big TD joke, let’s not go for more.

Mark Ingram – Got a touchdown.  That’s about the only good thing I can say about him as he had a 3.3 ypc average over 16 carries.  Meanwhile, Pierre Thomas racked up 110 rushing yards on 9 carries.  I’ll give you a preemptive sell suggestion.  Sell Ingram.  Now.  If you’re a doctor, sell him, STAT.  And work on your signature, it’s terrible.

Robert Griffin, III – He’s still good.  True story, I have him and Eli in the Razzball Writers League.  I played Eli.  It’s hard to feel bad about that and yet here I am, feeling regret.  I wish it were a two QB, 0 RB/WR/TE/K/DEF league.

Ben Tate/Arian Foster– Three total touchdowns to go with 184 rushing yards and 60 total receiving yards.  Tate outscored Foster overall on the day, but Arian still had a healthy line.  It’s days like this that remind me why I liked Ray Rice more because you just never know who’s going to score for Houston.  Of course, Ray never found pay dirt today so maybe it wasn’t the smart thing to bring him up…

Antonio Gates/Dante Rosario – Combined for three touchdowns.  Oh wait, Antonio didn’t play.  So some guy on your waivers scored 3 touchdowns.  Gates owners, just stick your head in and let me know if you want broil set to high or low.  I’m at your beck and call.

Jonathan Dwyer – Ran great last week with limited carries.  Ran like crap while getting an expanded role in the offense.  Granted, it was against a good defense but I’m wagging my finger at him for you all of those I said he was a good flex play to and told him he was a very naughty running back this week.  Had two very late runs that looked good that got Pittsburgh down to the two and then Redman got to punch it in but no matter, it was a tough day for Dwyer owners today and I own the shame like a Scarlet letter on my chest.  It’s kinda stings, anyone have some neosporin?

Heath Miller – Called a buy, so of course he only caught 3 passes for 19 yards.  Oh and a touchdown.  Yes, there’s that.  They’re spreading the ball around in Pittsburgh this year.  Some weeks, it will be Miller time, some weeks it will be Emmanuel Sanders time.  Other weeks it will be Dwyer’s time too, I promise.

Vernon Davis – Turned in the second best TE performance on the day, catching 5 receptions for 73 yards and two touchdowns.  Still no match for Dante.  Rosario is like Pringles cuz once he pops he can’t stop.  Frank Gore provided a healthy RB2 line as well for the night to go with Crabtree being a useful PPR WR3.  Overall, it’s hard to get excited about SF’s offense but the few moving parts that work have done their job well through two games.  Like that housemaid your wife hired because she has a missing front tooth and a mole the size of a marble on her nose, unsexy can still be serviceable.

  1. robert says:
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    two weeks, two loses. In a two QB league where RG3 and Palmer have been better than expected, did I pick the wrong WRs or do I just blame it on slow starts? My WRs: Jennings, Colston, Brown, Britt. RBs:McCoy, Murray, Martin.

    • Sky

      Sky says:
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      Slow starts. Brees is not spreading the ball around, which is why Colston is struggling, Jennings played a tough def and then was hurt, Britt is just getting back, and Brown will get his

  2. Wilsonian says:
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    What do you think this Dwyer/Redman mediocrity does for Mendenhall? I really need him to make a comeback after losing Forte and Bradshaw. Oh, and dropping Spiller before the first game…

    • Sky

      Sky says:
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      I think Mendy just makes it messier. I still like how Dwyer is running overall

  3. stumanji says:
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    Considering the Cleveland Weedens really stink, I’m trying to sell T-Rich after his big game yesterday. With Cutler as my QB (12 team), how do you feel about T-Rich for Ridley & Big Ben? Is Ridley going to be The Guy all season in NE, or will it turn into a RBBC when Vereen comes back healthy?

    • Sky

      Sky says:
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      That’s an intriguing trade. I would not have said this on the off-season but I like it

  4. Mike says:
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    Lesshoure(DET) is on waivers..I am hurting at RB on bench..does he have alot of talent if he gets playing time?
    I have David Wilson on bench..Bradshaw gets hurt..and they play Brown!

    • Sky

      Sky says:
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      Yeah I’d go Leshoure over Wilson

      • Murph says:
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        @Sky,

        Can Leshoure take the RB1 spot from Kevin Smith or is he most likely going to be in the RB2 spot ahead of Bell all season? Looking to pick him up but would need to drop benson or D brown (IND). Thoughts?

        • Sky

          Sky says:
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          I think Kevin has proven himself to be a capable RB1 for their system but if he falters or has an injury – something that’s not out of the question given his history – Leshoure will get his shot. That said, I don’t like dropping a team’s RB1 for another team’s RB2 so I’d hold.

          • Murph says:
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            @Sky,

            Good point, Thanks

  5. Mike says:
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    One more…any thoughts on Richardson (rams) he looked good and Jackson getting old..worth a pickup?
    Thanks

    • Sky

      Sky says:
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      Depends who you’re dropping but probably not. S-Jax is still the main starter

  6. E says:
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    How much for A. Brown on a $98 budget 12 team H2H

    • Sky

      Sky says:
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      Depends on needs. I’d throw 7 out on him.

  7. Dee says:
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    Try to buy Gates and Hernandez while they are hurt? I’m a Jared Cook owner and the Titans look so sad i’m ready to move on to a new TE. Nothing too exciting on the waiver wire either…

    • Sky

      Sky says:
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      Hard to say right now. Don’t know injury severity on Hernandez right now so I’d lean Gates.

  8. Dee says:
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    Give up on Jared Cook in a failing Titans offense?

    • Murph says:
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      @Sky,

      Sorry about the double post. Thank you for the input

      • Sky

        Sky says:
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        No worries, your initial post didn’t get auto-approved so a double post makes sense.

  9. Hobs says:
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    Time to buy Larry Fitz? I feel like I can get him cheap and could be a good asset later in the season. Offering Steve Smith Miles Austin or Garçon. Non PPR What do you think?

    • Sky

      Sky says:
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      I’d offer Garcon but wouldn’t offer either of the other guys.

  10. iMP says:
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    Roster did well this weekend, so looking around to see if there is alternative to Locker as my QB2 behind Romo. I know Britt and Washington were hurt, but I am reading that a miserable O-line is dimming their upside.

    Palmer and Freeman are available, but have the wrong bye week. Dalton has little chance of QB1 upside as you describe above. Bradford and Ponder are the other options I could stomach, though it seems Bradford has similar O-line woes in a run first offense. Ponder is intriguing mostly because he is on the home side of the week 5 bye match between Locker’s Titans and Ponder’s Vikings.

    Do any of these fellows make you want to switch off Locker?

    • Sky

      Sky says:
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      I had Locker as a guy outside my top 25 along with Ponder & Bradford. If we’re talking a decent bench/QB2 option, I’d rank it Dalton/Freeman/Palmer over Locker.

      • iMP says:
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        @Sky,
        Thanks for responding.
        My question read awkwardly because I had seen you support Locker over A. Smith last week. I mistakenly assumed that was because you like Locker, but reading over your top 20 QB post, I now see that it is more about not liking Smith. Still might stick with Locker’s upside, but less afraid to pull the trigger on a safer QB2 now.

        • Sky

          Sky says:
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          Yeah, Locker is an upside play. Alex Smith is a good real life QB, of course, but that doesn’t always translate to fantasy useful.

  11. Chillmodious says:
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    Hello Sky,

    I lost Fred Jackson (plus Garcon) in week one and now Hernandez in week two. Not feeling so good about myself right now. Gonna need a TE fill-in for a little while, but I have nice options on the wire. Who would be your #1, #2, and #3 grabs off this list?:

    Martellus Bennett
    Brent Celek
    Dennis Pitta
    Kyle Rudolph
    Scott Chandler

    Thank you!

    • Sky

      Sky says:
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      PPR: Brent Celek

      Non: Rudolph or Bennett. I’d lean Rudolph.

      • Chillmodious says:
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        @Sky, What about a modified PPR, where each reception gets half a point?

        • Sky

          Sky says:
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          Most are those 0.5 PPR now but I’d still lean Celek.

  12. Charles says:
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    Time to buy Larry Fitz? I feel like I can get him cheap and could be a good asset later in the season. Offering Steve Smith Miles Austin or Garçon. Non PPR What do you think?

    • Sky

      Sky says:
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      @Charles, Are you and Hobs twins? Try Garcon.

      • Hobs says:
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        @Sky,

        Yea something like that haha…thanks again

        • Sky

          Sky says:
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          Ha, no problem.

  13. E says:
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    TE help: drop Fred Davis for:

    Celek
    Miller
    Bennett
    Chandler

    or hold…

    • Sky

      Sky says:
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      PPR: Celek/Non-PPR: Bennett then Miller.

  14. Yet another TE question says:
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    Looks like lots of people wanting a change at TE…
    In a non-PPR league, Celek, Bennett and Rudolph are already taken, I’m looking at Pitta or Chandler to replace Fleener. Pitta looks like he’s being force-fed by Flacco which is nice, but I’m not sure I see any talent there. However, Chandler looks like he might be getting a bigger role with Nelson out. Do you think Pitta will continue to see more targets than Chandler?

    • Sky

      Sky says:
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      Baltimore goes no-huddle a lot, making for a lot of opportunities. I’d lean Pitta there.

  15. Jack Full of Hate says:
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    Scored 141.62 in RCL this week, thank you Reggie Bush and Dwayne Bowe….I should of played Rudolph over Finley….Now I’m probably going to get clobbered next week.

    • Sky

      Sky says:
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      Nah, you drafted Finley for a good reason. Rudolph is a good backup/dynasty pick though.

  16. Jack Full of Hate says:
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    do you like Celek, Bennett, or Piita over Rudolph?

    • Sky

      Sky says:
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      Celek. Don’t trust Bennett/Pitta on a weekly basis. Rudolph almost had 2 TDs last week. He’s a target for Ponder.

      • Jack Full of Hate says:
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        @Sky, I like Celek, but Rudolph could be huge, i just need to watch some games to know for my self. I really need to get the football package, i’m just pissed that its $199 for the season but an additional $20 a week for the redzone channel. I hate you direct tv

        • Sky

          Sky says:
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          I have a PS3 and a very nice friend so don’t feel too bad. I hate cable in general.

          • Jack Full of Hate says:
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            @Sky, I’m an X-box guy, whats this friend thing, is this like how in MLB different people can use the same log -in to get the package?

            And. wait a minute, you run the football side of one of the greatest fantasy sites and they don’t even spring for the football package for you?

            I’m not sure if i don’t like that or that is what makes Razzball so awesome….kinda torn.

            • Sky

              Sky says:
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              Ha, it’s a great fantasy site but we gotta maintain both the site and Grey’s magnificent mustache! No caviar yet. I’ll let you know when we reach that :)

              Yeah, I wanted to purchase the package for the year but it was $300 and a friend had the package and was willing. I’m slipping him a few bucks for something that won’t effect him. Down with Cable! MLB charges $160 for the entire season and that’s 162 flippin games every day of the week. You don’t even get Thursday/Monday games with that $300. Jackwads.

              And trust me when I say, you like it. It keeps us hungry. Like literally hungry. I get a pringle per word typed!

              • Jack Full of Hate says:
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                @Sky, It sounds like grey has a stable of maintenance people just for the stauche. And then you add in the product and thats why razzball is broke…grey’s stauche.

                I’m a total addict to the site…I can’t help it, i like shenannigans and fantasy sports.

                Thanks for reminding me that I have to watch E$PN tonight…the agony!

                • Sky

                  Sky says:
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                  My deal with the wife concerning cable is that I should get to go to the bar if I really wanna see the game. $60 of bar goodness for a month while I watch a game or $60 on cable…bar wins.

                  • Jack Full of Hate says:
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                    @Sky, your bar tab for the month is only $60, how is that possible?

                    • Sky

                      Sky says:
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                      Is my writing that bad? I don’t know how Hemingway did it.

                    • Jack Full of Hate says:
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                      @Sky, for starters he had a bigger bar tab

                    • Sky

                      Sky says:
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                      Haha, I’m working on it. My liver keeps saying it’s bad for me but it just doesn’t understand I have a writing career to attend to!

                    • Jack Full of Hate says:
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                      @Sky, I’m not saying to go be Bukowski, but pick a vice that works for your body whether its drinking, smoking weed, mushrooms? whatever works to get you paid. Are you like grey in that you are out in LA trying to make it in this world or are you writing books?

                    • Sky

                      Sky says:
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                      Yeah, I’ll have to work on my drug intake see which ones do the trick. I’ve heard bath salts do wonders. So effervescent!
                      Nope, just in the NW – Eugene, OR to be exact – working my day job and dreaming of this becoming bigger and being adored by beautiful women for it.

                    • Jack Full of Hate says:
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                      @Sky, I know alot of Hotties that play the fantasy football!

                      I spent some time in Eugene, my buddy use to teach at Oregeon. I remember have some great smoked salmon at some oddly placed fish spot, an awesome head shop by the freeway that I hear is now gone, easy women at the bars and doing the vineyards of the Willamette Valley…those roads after alot of wine “tasting” when the sun is going down is no bueno.

                      cool place to be though. didn’t care for those really cold wet nights when it hits you down to the bones. Oh yeah and they thought I was Mexican with my great November tan and dark hair or would hit on me cause they knew i was from “cali” and was some type of exotic fruit. I was a strong 7 in Oregon!

                    • Sky

                      Sky says:
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                      Ha, nice! Yeah, I like this little town for what it has. Lotta bigger city perks without having to live in one. I save myself the trouble of wineries around here by only drinking beer. We now have 4 microbrewers in town. Love Ninkasi and Oakshire is pretty good too.

                      Actually married so I am decidedly not a bar hopper nor really out looking for love but if it comes to be that I become LL Cool S from this, she’s just gonna have to understand.

                    • Jack Full of Hate says:
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                      @Sky, is the S for swinger, cause that only way to justify the Razzbal Fantasy Football Groupies.

                      Not a big micro brew guy, nor wine, but the vineyard experience is fun and the variety is cool. I’m more of a hard alcohol and guiness guy. It doesnt give me a hangover.

                    • Sky

                      Sky says:
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                      Well it’s definitely not Swag, I can tell you that much!

                      Yeah, I don’t mind a little hard A here and there. Actually tried Scotch for the first time this last winter. Gave myself a ‘congrats on your new job’ bottle of a Highlands kind. Loved it but definitely not something I could or would drink every night. Ok, I’m lying, I would if it weren’t so expensive. Speaking of which, I gotta get myself some more. Been a few months since I finished it. True story, Guinness took my beer virginity. Still love the stuff but I’m more of an IPA guy now.

                    • Jack Full of Hate says:
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                      @Sky, me and hoppy beer are not good friends, shit tears me up.

                      I like scotch alot, it took my alcohol virginity, single malt for sorrow and a good blend for all the other times. the regs like Johnny & Chivas, and my fav called the Dimple Pinch, so smooth and at 40-50 a bottle is a good deal.

                      at 37 now i lay a little low thats why I do Guiness, i can always find it and hangover free, that or all subliminal images from living in London are catching up to me.

                    • Sky

                      Sky says:
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                      I’ve been hearing that of late from a lot of my beer friends, actually. These are people who were major IPA fans: the hoppier the better. I wonder if it’s something in the brewing process that’s changed. These same people are in their late 40’s and early 50’s and in about two years they went from ‘hey, let’s have a few Ninkasi IPA’s’ to ‘I’ll go with a Hef’.

                      London living, eh? Everyone tells me the Guinness on this side of the pond is inferior. True story? Man, I have zero to drink in the house right now and all this talk is making me thirsty. Is it wrong to hop in the car at 11 pm and drive to the store for a 6 pack? I’m totally going in my sweats and – I kid you not – my grandpa’s sweater that has a bunch of fishing lures and the word ‘Hooked’ on it.

                    • Jack Full of Hate says:
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                      @Sky, sounds like an awesome idea…I wish I wasn’t so stoned, I ‘d go grab myself some beers too, I got the same feeling!

                      The Guiness is way better there, but as I always say, a bad guiness is still better than most other beers…I’m not a beer snob!

                    • Sky

                      Sky says:
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                      Nah, you’re a Guinness snob! Everyone has their likes. I still enjoy a nice dry bite of a good IPA but now I’m gonna have to drink a Guinness in your honor here soon. And with that, I’m out. Have a great night!

      • Jack Full of Hate says:
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        @Sky, * a month

  17. Jack Full of Hate says:
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    did you catch any of the Titans game, I didn’t see Britt play, but how did he look, if you watched?

    • Chillmodious says:
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      @Jack Full of Hate, Hey bud! I didn’t catch Britt’s game either, but it’s nice to see a familiar “face” from the baseball side of things.

      • Prezii says:
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        @Chillmodious, its a reunion up in here!

      • Jack Full of Hate says:
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        @Chillmodious, You, Prezzii and myself. I know Awsemous is a no go on the football. it’s good to see some of the baseball guys are not one trick ponies, I try to spread the hate to all sports I give a crap about.

    • Sky

      Sky says:
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      Unfortunately I didn’t have a chance to see it in full. Mostly watched on Redzone which means I rarely saw Tennessee with the ball. No one is looking good for Tennessee right now, though, from the parts I got to see.

  18. Chillmodious says:
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    Since this seems to be the day of TE questions, I’d like to toss in one more (which, thanks again for answering my previous query):

    This is very much a hypothetical, but if you had to commit to one TE for the next few weeks in a .5-PPR, would it be Celek or Martellus? You seem to prefer Celek, but I’m tantalized by the emergence of Martellus and remember Kevin Boss being sneaky good when he was Eli’s go-to TE. Again, this would be approached as a multi-week move. Thanks!

    • Jack Full of Hate says:
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      @Chillmodious, with Vicks inconsistency I would go with Celek.

      • Chillmodious says:
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        @Jack Full of Hate, Wait, wouldn’t that be reason to avoid Celek? Or are you insinuating that Vick’s inconsistency will lead him to find the TE safety valve more often?

        • Jack Full of Hate says:
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          @Chillmodious, exactly

    • Sky

      Sky says:
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      100% Celek for me. Think there’ll be more consistency over the long haul.

      • Chillmodious says:
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        @Sky, Thank you, sir! You just helped an indecisive man be, well, less indecisive.

        • Sky

          Sky says:
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          Ha, no prob!

        • Jack Full of Hate says:
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          @Chillmodious, think of the word play with Celeck and that sweet stauche, just sayin!

  19. ATL says:
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    Up 6 points (non PPR) going into Monday night I have turner and he has d Thomas. Should I be concerned?

    • GreatWhite says:
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      @ATL,

      Yup

    • Sky

      Sky says:
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      Yeah, maybe a little.

  20. Prezii says:
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    Buy low on chris johnson? Pretty sure i could get him for cup-o-noodles and a used tampon… Is he on the guys to target list or you think hes done?

    • Sky

      Sky says:
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      I don’t think he’s done. It really has more to do with how defenses are handling Tennessee right now. I don’t think Locker nor that O-Line are doing a good job. I’d make a lowball offer for him but wouldn’t be giving up an integral part of my team. My used tampon is my back-up QB so I’m keeping it.

      • Murph says:
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        @Sky,

        Trade analysis please….offered Chris Johnson and Wes Welker for my Steve Smith and Michael Turner….Pull the trigger or hold? (Non PPR)

        • Sky

          Sky says:
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          It’s dicey but I’d do it. Not a Turner fan this year. Wait until after tonight just to see what they do with Turner, though.

  21. yo, sky: in a league where you can start 2 QBs, which side of this trade do you like better:

    S-jax, Desean and Locker for Stafford and Titus Young?

    • Sky

      Sky says:
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      What Kevin said and what you later agreed to!

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